Hugo Melgar-Quiñonez, the new director of McGill’s unique Institute for Global Food Security, says we don’t do a good job of gauging how much food the world’s hungry really need. If you’re working the fields in a developing country, you need more calories to fuel those efforts than an office worker does over here. by [...]
They say you have to kiss a lot of frogs before you find your prince. In her recent memoir, comedian Ophira Eisenberg, BA’95, recounts how she did a whole lot more than just kissing.
Principal Suzanne Fortier recently shared her thoughts at McGill Homecoming on the ways in which her alma mater has surprised her since her return to McGill.
McGill’s Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Montreal will be assembling scholars from a wide variety of fields to examine what makes this unique city tick.
Olympic moguls medalist Jennifer Heil, BCom’13, has raised $1 million in support of efforts to end gender inequality, promote girls’ rights and lift them out of poverty.
On May 3, 1915, the day after he performed a burial service for a close friend, McGill pathology instructor John McCrae composed the world’s most famous war memorial poem.
Nikita Pant Pai and her McGill research team have earned an international award for developing a life-saving screening test that is only a touchscreen away.
Naval Reserve intelligence officer JL Savidge, BA’97, offers a rare glimpse into Canada’s efforts to stamp out Somali piracy and protect relief shipments bound for East Africa.
A group of McGill students recently earned a $1 million prize, triumphing over counterparts from 150 countries, with an unusual approach to combating world hunger.
Charles Bierbrier, BA’98, and David Brophy, BA’84, play key roles in brewing up some of the finest beers that Montreal has to offer.